Category Archives: epic health

How To Make Your Oatmeal 10x Healthier

Okay, “10x healthier” is just a rough estimate, but you get the idea.

I’m always looking for fun and easy ways to add a little bit of extra nutrition to whatever I’m eating.

A cool trick I thought of the other day while making oatmeal was to brew some tea in the same water that my oatmeal cooks in! I know—I’m blowing your mind right now.

This is an excellent way to add an herbal and medicinal component into your diet. Why would you want to do that? Because

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The Most Painless Way to Stop Eating Unhealthy Crap (Using a Skill You Learned in 1st Grade)

I’m not here to tell you that there are “good foods” and “bad foods”. First of all, that’s a boring subject. Secondly, it’s not true. The reality is that there are “foods” and there are “food-like substances”.

The point of this post is to help you cut out food-like substances from your diet (i.e. unhealthy crap masquerading as food).These are things like refined flours, conventional dairy products, white rice, unnatural fats like margarine and hydrogenated oils plus a bunch of other weird stuff.

I’ve found that the reason a lot of people don’t get started making healthy lifestyle and diet changes is because they think that they need to remove certain things from their diet BEFORE moving forward.

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3 “Health Hacks” That Will Drastically Improve Your Life

Everyone loves shortcuts.

The truth is, there’s no shortcut to epic health…BUT there are some things that make the journey a whole lot quicker. I call these “health hacks”.

Health hacks are to your health like cheat codes are to video games. Continue reading

Is Your Dietary Compass Broken? (Chihuahuas vs. Wolves)

I’m sure you’re familiar with the concept of a moral compass. It’s that inner sense that tells you not to rob banks and generally helps you distinguish right from wrong. It was probably instilled in you by the people who raised you and is usually not something you ever have to consciously think about.

Stay with me, I’m going somewhere with this. Continue reading